Watt Eagle, firstly described the Elongated Stylohyoid Process Syndrome (ESPS), or Eagle Syndrome, in 1937. Since then, several authors have further studied this syndrome and some classifications have been proposed in relation to signs, symptoms and etiopathogenesis. Aim of this paper was to present the clinical features of a cohort of patients affected by Eagle syndrome that underwent surgical treatment.

Orofacial pain and Eagle Syndrome: cues from a clinical series

Ciorba, A;Savini, S;Morolli, F;Malagò, M;Bianchini, C;Pelucchi, S;Pastore, A
2014

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Watt Eagle, firstly described the Elongated Stylohyoid Process Syndrome (ESPS), or Eagle Syndrome, in 1937. Since then, several authors have further studied this syndrome and some classifications have been proposed in relation to signs, symptoms and etiopathogenesis. Aim of this paper was to present the clinical features of a cohort of patients affected by Eagle syndrome that underwent surgical treatment.
2014
Ciorba, A; Savini, S; Morolli, F; Malagò, M; Bianchini, C; Pelucchi, S; Pastore, A
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